Living in Boothbay Harbor

It’s no wonder people love living in Boothbay Harbor. Downtown in the summertime is a bustling scene, with shops, sidewalk ​café​s, entertainment, whale watch cruises, art galleries, and plentiful outdoor activities. In the cooler months, Boothbay Harbor’s friendly community atmosphere is evident. Read more about Boothbay Harbor Below...

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Boothbay Harbor heritage

Located on one of the many midcoast peninsulas that define Maine’s unique coastline, Boothbay Harbor has strong ties to the maritime traditions that have shaped the area for centuries. With one of the best boating harbors north of Boston, this mid-coast town has long been the home to fishermen and sea captains.

Accessibility and Boothbay Harbor, ME real estate listings

Located within a reasonable commuting distance of most major Maine cities, Boothbay Harbor is a little over an hour’s drive to Portland and three hours by car to Boston. Its unique location allows it to strike a balance between small town coastal charm and urban accessibility.

Boothbay Harbor, ME Homes for sale

The majority of Boothbay Harbor, ME homes for sale are single family dwellings. Summer residences are popular, with an increasing amount of seasonal homes being converted into year-round living.

Boothbay Harbor school system

Boothbay Region High School has the distinction of being ranked the 10th best high school in Maine. Boothbay Harbor schools boast a favorable 10:1 student-teacher ratio, a 40% Advanced Placement (AP) participation rate, and test scores that are far higher than State and National proficiency levels

Boothbay Harbor, ME real estate listings tend to highlight the following community assets:

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  • Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, a kid-friendly place with beautifully-manicured gardens in the summer, and a spectacular festival of lights in the winter.

  • Maine State Aquarium, a fun and informative venue featuring touch tanks and educational programming.

  • Boothbay Harbor Country Club and Oceanside Resort, an historic gem featuring 18 challenging holes of golf, stunning vistas and sea breezes.

  • Boothbay Railway Village, an interactive museum with antique steam locomotive rides and classic auto collection.

  • More than 20 miles of walking and biking paths maintained by the Boothbay Region Land Trust.

For even more information on the Town of Boothbay Harbor, please click here to read our “Town of Boothbay Harbor ME Local Guide."

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